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I'm on a budget ATM so I wouldn't of been able to SLI a pair of 560 ti.

For the 460 sli, does the RAM combine? As I said I got 1000MB usage on it when I played caspian border so I'm afraid I may still need more for bigger maps (wake island) and I can't play without AA lol I may have to just get a 570GTX and hope the new CPU will up my FPS a bit.

Can anyone link me to some gaming benchmarks between a 1090t and an I5 at 1680x1050?

Not like I could afford one atm, I'm barely making it out getting around 500$ to spend on a CPU & GFX card for this game by octobor 25th, then it's ramen everynight for the next month lol
The RAM doesn't combine, you'd have 1GB for your resolution which is plenty. On a very rare occasion will you have to turn a few settings down.

With the terrible performance of BD revealed the i5 route is a no-brainer if you can afford it.
    
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The RAM doesn't combine, you'd have 1GB for your resolution which is plenty. On a very rare occasion will you have to turn a few settings down.

With the terrible performance of BD revealed the i5 route is a no-brainer if you can afford it.
Agreed! Of course that does mean that you would need a new motherboard, so if that's out of the question then I would recommend the 1090T or a X4 955 since the extra cores won't really matter in gaming. As a side note, in any benchmarks that you see if the FPS is above 60 (some say 60 but for me 45 is smooth as butter) then any possible CPU bottleneck will only affect benching, not actual gaming performance, so long as the FPS is above 60 or very close it won't be a problem at all! In most modern games you are going to hit a noticeable GPU bottleneck first by far!
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Agreed! Of course that does mean that you would need a new motherboard, so if that's out of the question then I would recommend the 1090T or a X4 955 since the extra cores won't really matter in gaming. As a side note, in any benchmarks that you see if the FPS is above 60 (some say 60 but for me 45 is smooth as butter) then any possible CPU bottleneck will only affect benching, not actual gaming performance, so long as the FPS is above 60 or very close it won't be a problem at all! In most modern games you are going to hit a GPU bottleneck first by far!
People do have 120hz monitors. It still matters above 60 fps.
    
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Yeah, that one game.
Never touched any of these, you'll have to do better to convince me.
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I have better performance in BF3 with my setup than my friends with Amd

Someone post this in Bulldozer Thread: http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/11...rs-club-7.html

"Btw in my experience 2500k and 2600k have better performance in BF3 Beta compared to my 1055t, i have friends with my same GPU and they get better minimum fps so their fps drop while playing weren't so noticeable as it was in my System so they have smoother gameplay compared to me. It's really annoying to have fps drops while in multiplayer :/ "
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Yeah that's what I'm experiencing mostly major drops at points in the game. My friend using an i5 with a single gtx460 runs it all low with 60+ fps he says never drops and thats on caspian border too. So when I was getting 30fps with my 3core with a 560 ti oc'd I'm like wth.

Guess I really need to read some more BF3 performance from players and see how well they held up with a 1090t but it's so hard because it's scattered, everyone uses different settings doesn't measure right etc lol

Really erring me cause I don't have the money for intel ATM, but would like to get playable FPS on high.

500$
I was planning on a 960T or 1090T for 30$ more (thats like 160$ or so) then get a GTX 570 350$ or the slis, there's my hole budget lol
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Yeah that's what I'm experiencing mostly major drops at points in the game. My friend using an i5 with a single gtx460 runs it all low with 60+ fps he says never drops and thats on caspian border too. So when I was getting 30fps with my 3core with a 560 ti oc'd I'm like wth.

Guess I really need to read some more BF3 performance from players and see how well they held up with a 1090t but it's so hard because it's scattered, everyone uses different settings doesn't measure right etc lol

Really erring me cause I don't have the money for intel ATM, but would like to get playable FPS on high.

500$
I was planning on a 960T or 1090T for 30$ more (thats like 160$ or so) then get a GTX 570 350$ or the slis, there's my hole budget lol
Well i have a friend with 1090t @ 4ghz with a Evga Gtx 570 Classified and he have noticeable fps drops too like the other guy with 1055t.
We were using the same graphics config with some things on ultra and others in high, while i have 60 fps avg and drops to 40-42fps he had 60fps avg but drops in like 30-35 fps.
My cpu was not overclocked when i first tried the beta, anyway trust me the minimum fps difference does not seems to be much but it's really noticeable while playing. @ 40 fps it's still feel smooth in my system when drop, but in his system it was uncomfortable when drop.

Hope it helps.
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Hey thanks, that actually helps a lot. What screen res were you guys running at? I just found the battlefield benchmark topic and I'm reading through it, but it seems most of them used the rush map which required less GPU/CPU power to run though.

On the benches the guy posted earlier, most of the 1080p and 1050p ones are similar in the fps differences, maybe I'll be able to get better fps at 1050p if your running 1200 or so

btw when I got most of my FPS drops it was in the chopper going towards all the ppl n stuff no matter what setting I used.

If they somehow optimize the game more, and better drivers get released maybe I'll be able to play the game smoothly


but then again, they didn't include the DX11 textures in beta ;
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1050P requires more processing power and less GPU power/VRAM.

On Caspian Border usage on one of my single cores (what counts the most) hits 90%. I'm certain it hits 100% and chokes up with an AMD, even overclocked.
    
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We were using 1080p but one thing you should know is that i was not be able to run the game with everything on ultra i'ts seems that the GTX 570 with 1.2vram are somewhat limited thats why some options were on high and others on ultra.

My fps drops where also in the same spot as you but i did not tried other settings more than all on ultra or a custom config with some ultra-high.

I don't know where are you from but i'm from Argentina but i was able to get a 2600k+P8Z68 V-Pro @microcenter thanks to my Uncle who lives in Usa. Microcenter offers you a $80 USD combo off, so you can buy a cheap motherboard and the 2600k.

Or a 2500k with $40 USD combo off, i don't know if the promotion it's still up but i ended paying like $413 USD for the combo with taxes included
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